Fire outbreak at Thiruvananthapuram1 min read
On Monday, January 3, a large fire broke out in Kerala’s Karamana, near Trivandrum. The fire started in a used goods warehouse and quickly spread to surrounding homes.
There were two firefighting units on the scene, and more had to be brought in to put out the fire.
Because of the fire, there is a lot of smoke. This caused a slew of issues for the firefighters attempting to put out the fire.
Due to the fire, waste debris and glass fragments kept in the godown began randomly bursting, substantially impeding rescue attempts.